Choosing the right face cream when you reach menopause

Take care of your skin when you hit menopause, with a natural anti-ageing face cream. Intensifying the hydration of your epidermis slows the intrinsic ageing of menopausal women’s skin.

Combating dryness in your mature skin can prevent the appearance of wrinkles and dark spots. The combined effects of your day and night treatments will guarantee firmness and radiance.

Dryness, wrinkles and discolorations: Same menopausal symptoms, same fight

Menopause puts an end to the secretion of the hormones oestrogen and progesterone.

Water, hyaluronic acid and collagen desert your skin, announcing a future reign of dryness. Free radicals attack your cells and rob them of their oxygen.

Wrinkles and skin spots form into battalions at the surface of the epidermis. War is declared on skin ageing, from which you will emerge victorious if you follow our beauty tips. What cream should you use at menopause to vanquish dryness in your face?

Combat dryness in your face, both day and night

The hormone deficiency in menopausal women, affecting their progesterone and oestrogen levels, causes dryness in the skin.
Your strategy for fighting dryness consists of fostering the continuous hydration of your skin, both day and night.
Using an intensive moisturising facial treatment balances the water levels in the dermis and epidermis. The application of a moisturising serum before your anti-ageing oil or cream will enhance your skin’s hydration.

Antioxidants: Your lethal weapon against wrinkles and dark spots

As they become oxidated, your cells will speed up the ageing process. Applying a range of day and night antioxidant products to your face can prevent the appearance of wrinkles and discolorations.

Vitamins E, C and retinol are powerful natural antioxidant ingredients. These and other active antioxidant ingredients offset the loss of elasticity in mature skin.

Adding an antioxidant serum before your skin care cream or oil will reinforce the firming effects on your face.

Restoring the synthesis of hyaluronic acid and collagen

Cell ageing leads to a drop in the production of hyaluronic acid and collagen in the skin.

Menopausal women’s skin requires intensive anti-ageing treatments to counter the symptoms of hormonal imbalances.

What cream should you use at menopause to regenerate your skin cells? Why should you use an eye care treatment? Follow our beauty tips to stimulate cellular regeneration in mature skin.

Counter the symptoms of menopause

Loss of the skin’s elasticity is one of the symptoms of menopause. Only intensive, restorative anti-ageing treatments can restart the production of hyaluronic acid and collagen.

Apply a serum and a skin care cream with regenerative peptides to your skin in the evening.

The combined effects of these two products will make your mature skin firm and radiant.

Take care of the area around your eyes

The skin around the eyes grows weak and irritable at menopause. Use a range of products designed specifically for the eye area.

Opt for a three-in-one regenerative treatment to combat puffiness and dark circles, and fill in your wrinkles.

Healthy skin and a beautiful face go hand in hand at menopause. Make the most of your moisturising and regenerative facial treatments to achieve these two objectives.

Need more beauty tips and advice for taking care of your face after menopause? See our pages dedicated to the care and health of your mature skin.